Bryan D. Doran, Attorney
Bryan began his legal education after obtaining a degree in Religion from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Bryan's practice area attempts to complement his religious background by focusing on cases that promote social justice, equal rights, and human dignity. Bryan takes a special interest in aiding society's most vulnerable, representing victims of nursing home abuse, day care abuse, police abuse, sexual assault, and employment discrimination. Bryan worked at the King County Prosecutor's Office in law school assisting the sexual assault division, and following law school clerked for the Honorable Tom Chambers at the Washington State Supreme Court.
Drost v. Group Health, et al: As co-counsel obtained $776,000jury verdict for client victimized by medical malpractice.
Bang, et al, v.Department of Labor and Industries: As co-counsel obtained $800,000 settlement for clients opposing workplacesexual harassment.
Corey v. Pierce County, et al: Trial team to a $3.075 millionjury verdict for the wrongful termination and defamation of a 20-year decoratedsenior prosecutor from the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office.
Broyles v. Thurston County, etal: Appellate Team successfully defended multi-million dollar juryverdict. Underlying case entailed workplace sexual harassment.
Dyer v. 1119 Pacific Avenue,LLC: Co-counsel defeatingclaims of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, and prevailing on counter-claimsfor breach of contract.
|Education:||University of Puget Sound|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Washington|
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington
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